Saturday morning one-liners

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The Bills are getting strong contributions from their rookies.

Dolphins DE Jason Taylor is looking forward to a fun game against the Jets, his team in 2010.

Said Patriots DL Mike Wright of going on injured reserve because of concussions, “It’s unfortunate, but at the same time a good thing that it wasn’t worse than what it is. It could be so much worse. Talking with my doctor today and looking at MRIs, things can be so much worse than they are and I’m very, very, very fortunate to catch this where we’ve got it.”

The Jets have plenty of problems right now, but kickoffs and kickoff returns aren’t on the list.

Stopping Texans RB Arian Foster is a top priority for the Ravens defense this weekend.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis was pleased with the team’s practices this week.

Browns CB Dimitri Patterson isn’t nervous about the possibility of stepping into Joe Haden’s shoes against the Raiders.

Steelers rookie DE Cameron Heyward is starting to flash the skills that made him a top draft choice.

WR Derrick Mason expects to be part of the offense in his first game with the Texans.

Not much has gone right for the Colts, but WR Pierre Garcon’s emergence has been a bright spot.

Jaguars DE Aaron Kampman is excited to get back on the field this Sunday.

The Titans have been bringing WR Donnie Avery along slowly.

Peter King of thinks there’s a chance the Broncos trade WR Brandon Lloyd to the Titans.

Chiefs WR Keary Colbert is doing everything he can to make the most of his second chance in the NFL.

The Raiders haven’t given any indication if QB Terrelle Pryor will be in uniform this Sunday.

A very detailed look at the Chargers roster to help you get through the bye week.

Dez Bryant expects to be returning punts for the Cowboys against the Patriots.

Giants WR Victor Cruz is struggling with ball control.

T Winston Justice has worked himself back into shape by spending time after Eagles practices with offensive line coach Howard Mudd.

Redskins TE Chris Cooley isn’t thrilled that the draining of his knee became public knowledge.

Bears CB Charles Tillman talks about the story surrounding his daughter’s heart transplant.

The Lions are making the most of RB Jahvid Best’s versatility.

According to QB Aaron Rodgers, only the Packers can beat the Packers.

RB Lorenzo Booker has worked himself into a role with the Vikings offense.

Falcons WR Harry Douglas has picked up the least yards per route run of any wide receiver with 74 routes run this season.

The Panthers have no plans to make a trade.

Saints coach Sean Payton doesn’t think his team is unfairly singled out for penalties.

Said Buccaneers TE Kellen Winslow of coach Raheem Morris, “He definitely has a special connection with the players. He relates well to us because he played the game and because he’s a real coach. He’s not fake. He keeps us in line, but he’s also just a good dude.”

Kurt Warner thinks the Cardinals are too short on playmakers this season.

The Rams are still figuring out whether WR Nick Miller will get playing time this weekend.

Clark Judge of pegs the 49ers-Lions contest as the best game of the weekend.

The Seahawks claimed RB Allen Bradford, who played for coach Pete Carroll at USC, off of waivers from the Buccaneers.

7 responses to “Saturday morning one-liners

  1. Pryor suits up that means raiders have to release another player? They already release davis for curry!!!

  2. “Clark Judge of pegs the 49ers-Lions contest as the best game of the weekend.” Who could’ve possibly predicted THAT one-liner last year?

  3. I almost tossed cookies: “Since joining the NFL on FOX in 1995, Pam has established herself as one of the premier sports reporters on network television.” Are you kidding me?

    Then went on to read a blanched out plain vanilla high five piece of pap that only Gruden might like. Vintage Pam.

  4. Dolphins DE Jason Taylor is looking forward to a fun game against the Jets, his team in 2010.

    Fun game? What is this? Showbiz Pizza night?

    As a Skins fan, I can say that i despise Jason Taylor–Guy never wanted to do anything. What does he weigh? 170 Lbs? Guy is soft and can’t find his way to a stadium to save his life.

  5. [i]Dolphins DE Jason Taylor is looking forward to a fun game against the Jets, his team in 2010.[/i]

    Interesting to know that Taylor didn’t want to play for Rex Ryan this season

    I guess he wouldn’t believe Ryan’s Super Bowl guarantee two years in a row.

  6. taylor had a better chance with the jets than he did with the dolphins, he should have knew that going into the season. dolphins will never again win that division. unless of course they get that Luck kid

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